Grammy-winning a cappella group Pentatonix to hold Singapore gig next February

Pentatonix members (L-R) Matt Sallee, Mitch Grassi, Kevin Olusola, Scott Hoying and Kirstin Maldonado on stage at Rogers Arena on July 02, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo: Andrew Chin/Getty Images)

SINGAPORE — Three-time Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum-selling vocal sensation Pentatonix is returning to Singapore with their brand new world tour.

Concert promoter Hype Records announced on Friday (4 Oct) that the concert “Pentatonix – The World Tour Singapore 2020” will be held at The Star Theatre on 11 February 2020.

The group has just wrapped their 44-date North American run and has upcoming tour dates in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina as well as in Asia-Pacific countries including Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines.


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Pentatonix was formed in 2011 after winning reality talent show The Sing-Off. Since then, nine of their albums reached the top 10 on Billboard’s 200 chart (two albums reaching #1) and received multiple RIAA certifications for multi-platinum, platinum and gold albums and singles. The a cappella group last performed at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2016.

Pentatonix also released their fourth holiday album, CHRISTMAS IS HERE! featuring 12 new Christmas performances in October, alongside their sold-out Christmas Is Here! Tour.

Most recently, they released their arrangement of Can You Feel The Love Tonight from Disney’s The Lion King. Pentatonix has also announced their holiday-themed greatest hits album The Best of Pentatonix Christmas – scheduled to be out coming on 25 October.

PENTATONIX – THE WORLD TOUR SINGAPORE 2020 will be held on 11 February 2020, 8pm at The Star Theatre. Tickets cost $108, $138, $168, $198 and $228 (excluding booking fees), available via SISTIC from 12 October 2019 (Saturday), 10am.